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Kinzler, K. (2020, July 2). Why some Americans seem more ‘American’ than others. The Conversation. Retrieved July 6, 2020, from



Jilani, Z. (2019, August 20). What shapes our idea of who can be American? Greater Good Magazine. Retrieved September 1, 2019, from



Chugh, D. (2018, August 13). Who should see 'Crazy Rich Asians'. Forbes. Retrieved August 14, 2018, from



Smith, N. (2017, October 31). The truest form of identity politics belongs to White America. Atlanta Black Star. Retrieved November 1, 2017, from



Nyhan, B. (2015, February 21). Why Giuliani and other Obama critics play the ‘American’ card. New York Times. Retrieved February 21, 2015, from



Kristof, N. D. (2014, August 27). Is everyone a little racist? New York Times. Retrieved August 28, 2014, from



Mirsky, S. (2009, October 6).  Birth of a notion: Implicit social cognition and the "Birther" movement. Scientific American. Retrieved October 7, 2009, from



Mirsky, S. (2009, August 10). What’s behind birthers’ Obama belief. Scientific American – 60-Second Science. Retrieved August 18, 2009, from



Carpenter, S. (2009, January 12).  Pride—and the end of prejudice? MSN Health & Fitness. Retrieved January 12, 2009, from



Interview on CNN International [Anchor: Becky Anderson] (2008, October 31).


Dotinga, R. (2008, October 31). SDSU Prof’s race study grabs spotlight. Voice of San Diego. Retrieved November 1, 2008, from



Sheridan, K. (2008, October 31). In black America, few dare hope for racial change. AFP. Retrieved November 3, 2008, from



Kristof, N. D. (2008, October 30). What? Me biased? New York Times. Retrieved October 31, 2008, from


Interview on POTUS Live with Tim Farley [XM Radio] (2008, October 14).


Vedantam, S. (2008, October 13). Does your subconscious think Obama is foreign? Washington Post. Retrieved October 14, 2008, from



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